Hi.

In message "[ruby-talk:00285] Ruby/Win32 question"
    on 99/04/22, "bryce" <thecrow / cyberdude.com> writes:
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|I want the object to be destroyed regardless of how many
|references there are to it when the WM_DESTROY message
|is received by object 'x' (which is the window).

Hmm, for example, IO objects are NOT destroyed on close(), even though
any operation on them are useless.  They raise exceptions for
operations after closing.  I think it's enough for treating
WM_DESTROYed Window objects as well.

                                        matz.